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Also known as: hay fever, allergic rhinitis.
Reviewed by: Amy S Feldman, MD
This page was last updated on: March 20, 2019 03:58 PM
Dr. Amy Feldman, pediatric allergist and immunologist, explains the triggers and symptoms of environmental allergies in children.
Pollen allergy is the common name for allergic reactions caused by exposure to a variety of particles like pollen, dust mites, animal fur, mold, etc. It may occur seasonally or all year round.
Poison ivy and poison oak are common plants that can cause an allergic skin rash.